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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Consumer Protection

The Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule for Investment Advice

U.S. PIRG federal legislative director Jerry Slominski on The Release of the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule for Investment Advice

News Release | CALPIRG | Health Care

More than 1 Million Californians Subject to “Unreasonable” Health Insurance Rate Hikes

“Health insurance rate review is an important tool for transparency and accountability, but it needs to be strengthened,” said CALPIRG Executive Director Emily Rusch. “It is unacceptable that so many consumers get stuck with health insurance rate hikes that are unreasonable and unjustified.”

News Release | U.S. PIRG | Public Health, Food

Big Win For Consumers’ Right-to-Know

Today, the U.S. Senate failed to pass their version of the DARK Act (Denying Americans the Right to Know), which would have kept consumers in the dark about what's in the food they eat, falling 12 votes short of the 60 required to continue the debate.

News Release | CALPIRG Students | Solid Waste

Students Launch 2016 Ballot Campaign to Save the Bag Ban

Sacramento – Motivated by a love for the environment and a commitment to protecting the ocean and marine wildlife, 50 members of CALPIRG Students, the California Student Public Interest Research Group chapters stretching from UC Berkeley to UC San Diego officially launched their campaign to Save the Statewide Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags. 

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In-N-Out Burger commits to eliminating overuse of antibiotics in beef

In a surprising departure from past policies, In-N-Out Burger publicly indicated last week that it is committed to serving "beef that is not raised with antibiotics important to human medicine." Public interest groups praised the statement and are now pressing the company to set a clear timeline and publish a detailed policy on its website.

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